04oct7:30 pm9:00 pmBurnt OutAn urgent and timely dance-theatre work encapsulating Australia's experience of devastating bushfires OrganiserMacrobert ArtsMacrobert Arts Centre, University of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Event TypeCultural, Arts & SocialThemeCommunication & Storytelling
An urgent and timely dance-theatre work, BURNT OUT encapsulates one Australian’s experience of the devastating bushfires and the
An urgent and timely dance-theatre work, BURNT OUT encapsulates one Australian’s experience of the devastating bushfires and the personal experience of the daughter of an environmental geochemist.
Weaving spoken word, movement and a lump of coal, BURNT OUT takes us on a journey and ask the question ‘why do we feel we are unable to acknowledge the changes around us even when surrounded by thick smoke?’
An intimate personal story and a universal meditation, BURNT OUT is a reflection on our changing climate.
This performance is BSL interpreted.
This show is followed by a 30 minute post-show discussion.
The post-show discussion will be led by a local environment activist/artist in discussion with Penny Chivas.
Burnt Out is funded by Creative Scotland’s Touring Fund.
Original music from Paul Michael Henry interwoven with lighting from Great Snakes.
(Wednesday) 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm